2011/04/22

LibreOffice stays on course

In a blog post, Charles-H. Schulz, Steering Committee of the Foundation Document, points out that the Foundation has  further develop based on OpenOffice libre office as planned. This  The project responds to Oracle's announcement, not OpenOffice  marketing and commercial development to an independent  to give open-source project. Schulz stressed that with the help of  leading members of the OpenOffice community launched  Document Foundation already give such a body, which will at any time  was ready to accept new members. is via a web form  Incidentally, anyone interested its inclusion request.



Even with the spin-off in September, the Foundation of the Document  OpenOffice main sponsor Oracle invited to participate in the Foundation  and contribute also to introduce the rights to the name OpenOffice.org.  This invitation was, however, shortly after Oracle with reasons  spring, the office suite under the sole direction  further. The Foundation had its version of the Document  Office Suite then under the name libre office released.

Of two packages version 3.4 is imminent, the beginning of May as  Beta versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X are available.

6 comments:

MaggotsGalore said...

Finally! I love OpenOffice but it needs some work.

fit4life said...

i dont think i've ever used open office, i think my girlfriend hates it.

WhitUK said...

open office is nowhere near as polished as MS Office but considering the price difference (and you like to be the right side of the law) you would be nuts to go for MSO

biboa said...

most of my friends use OO

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JapRoulette said...

That's crazy! Haha. Most of my friends use OO too. its free and easy! i hate MMOWORD! >_<

AnotherMemory said...

I'm glad it's where it's headed.